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Regenerative Agriculture Facebook Group exists to encourage practical discussion of all sustainable and regenerative agriculture techniques and methods. To include permaculture, restoration agriculture, urban farming, spin farming and basically any and all methods of agricultural production that encourage ethical treatment of the land. We seek to share ideas that allow for production from back yards to broad acres.
Our goal is to allow producers to share what works for them, ways to remain profitable, productive and regenerative at the same time. This group therefor is limited to discussions about practical techniques and methods.
We do not allow discussion about topics like social justice, increasing diversity, etc. Not because they are not valid topics and worthy of discussion, simply because they are not what this group is designed to discuss. There are plenty of outlets for such discussions, trying to force them into this group will be seen as trolling and if done more than once, result in a ban.
Great Escape Farms provides a daily blog post on; unique edible plants; book, magazine, DVD, product, and company reviews; beneficial and pest insects; and aspects of permaculture concepts. Other topics include: how to deal with deer, electric fence, soil biology and composting, solar, food forests and much more. Each week we provide a podcast outlining the topics covered the week before. Great Escape Nursery will open in the spring of 2016 with a limited supply of rooted cuttings and will have much more to offer in 2017 and beyond.
We breed chickens on a small scale. While we do breed to the American Poultry Association’s Standard of Perfection, we are truly focused on putting the production back into the chickens we breed. We are currently focused on Black Australorps, True Heritage Rhode Island Reds, and Welsummers. We selectively breed from only the best birds we produce, focusing on rate of growth, egg laying capacity, and vigor. While chickens can never be entirely safe from disease and stress, we believe that giving them the best genetic head start, is a huge advantage. We encourage local pickup, as the biggest benefit genetically is to buy from a local strain already acclimated to your region. We will however, ship chicks depending on the season and your location.
Farmers can treat an entire acre for less than $25. Homeowners can treat their lawns and let the kids go out and play the same day without fear of toxicity.
AGGRAND fertilizers maintain and build the soil by encouraging microbial growth and the breakdown of nutrients. The liquid formulation allows for rapid uptake when diluted and applied directly to leaves (foliar feeding). In emergency situations, or critical phases of the growth cycle, AGGRAND is your rapid-acting ally in the struggle to produce healthy, disease-free plants.
We have products suited for everyone from the backyard part-time homesteader to the farmer who manages 500 acres. You can purchase by the quart, or buy a 275 gallon tote. Retail orders of $100 or more qualify for free shipping within the continental US and to APO/FPO military boxes. A standard charge of $8.50 applies to domestic orders under $100. If you have any questions about our products, give us a call at 205-363-8612 and we can process your order over the phone.
We specialize in whole/half shares of high quality, pasture raised, heritage breed pork. All our pork is bred on site, making us a “farrow to finish” operation. We also have a limited selection of meat rabbits, free range eggs, and grass fed beef. We have been growing steadily since we started in 2013, and are contiually improving our systems to improve our land. We started this journey to give our children a better life, and we are loving every second. Our products are offered year round, so make sure you follow us on Facebook and Instagram (@eazyefarms) to keep up with our farm happenings, as well as to see when our shares become available. Check us out! We would love to introduce you to our farm!
Beef: Grass fed and finished, starting from birth, no growth hormones or steroids.
Pastured eggs: from hens fed organic, non-gmo, soy-free feed.
Raw honey: Product of our bees which receive no chemical treatments.
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We use organic soil and seeds o foe our greens, all we add is water. We our harvest our greens to order and we always have live trays of all our greens at our market booths. Our quail are fed organic feed and supplemented with micro greens, our eggs are delicious, super good for you and always fresh
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A podcast, blog and YouTube channel which shares our off-grid homesteading successes and failures to assist others who desire to live a similar lifestyle.
Small full service customer oriented landscape and tree service company, taking care of all your outdoor needs from lawns and flowers to trees.
Some of the services we provide
Flower bed clean out
Mulching – local hardwood mulch and commercial dyed mulches available
Fertilizing – I recommend organic options
Garden soil and sand – bulk quantities available
Stone and gravel – Bulk quantities available
Mowing and weed eating
Poison Ivy control
Visit us on
https://www.facebook.com/oakleaflandscapeandtree/ and also on Instagram at https://www.instagram.com/oakleaf_landscape_and_tree/?hl=en
Located in Red Oak, Texas. Just 20 minutes south of downtown Dallas.